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Title: The Importance Of Being Earnest

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Subject: History
Author: Bonnie R
Date: October 26, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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Wilde develops his characters Algernon and Jack in order to portray them as hypocritical to the definition of earnest, which is “serious in intention, effort, and purpose.” The protagonist of the play, Jack Worthing, calls himself Ernest in town and Jack in the country because he wants to create two identities...

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He is in charge of his ward, Cecily Cardew and he wants to create a caring and mature image of himself. He tells Cecily that he has an immoral and roguish brother in town named Ernest, who is always in need of saving from the vices of society. However, in town Jack is known as Ernest, because he does not want to be accountable for his behavior which is exactly what he pretends to condone of his “bad brother...

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